Mutch: Geology of the Moon: a stratigraphic view (1970)(glossary entry)
A geologist's attempt, at the height of the Apollo program, to summarize the geologic mapping and analysis of the Moon accomplished to that point.
- Part of the purpose of the book was to preserve a snapshot of lunar thinking just prior to the return of the first surface samples from Apollo, although a final chapter was adding describing the first results from Apollo 11.
- The author's photo appears twice in the Warner Collection
- History's Lessons
- The Moon's Shape and Motion
- Remote Sensing Techniques
- Lunar Craters and Terrestrial Analogs
- Imbrium Basin Stratigraphy
- Other Basins - Other Stratigraphies
- Crater Stratigraphy
- Volcanic Stratigraphy
- Highland Stratigraphy
- Relative and Absolute Ages of Lunar Materials
- Lunar Stratigraphy Reconsidered
- Apollo XI Results
- Appendix A: Geologic Maps of the Moon at a Scale of 1:1,000,000 (list)
- Appendix B: Index Map of the Earthside of the Moon
Mutch, Thomas A. 1970. Geology of the moon; a stratigraphic view. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.